Irina Baeva in Swimsuit Makes a "Splash"
Irina Baeva, the model known for Vino el amor and Amor dividido, is getting some sun before the Latino Wall Street conference. "Meet me in Puerto Rico!," she captioned one swimsuit photo. "Splash. Hahaha always the best experiences with @theyachtexperiences ❤," she captioned another, of her on a yacht. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Irina Baeva stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
She Drinks Coffee
Irina shared an image of her pouring a foamy coffee. "Both regular and decaf coffee seem to have a protective effect on your liver. Research shows that coffee drinkers are more likely to have liver enzyme levels within a healthy range than people who don't drink coffee," reports Johns Hopkins. "Dark roast coffee decreases breakage in DNA strands, which occur naturally but can lead to cancer or tumors if not repaired by your cells."
She Reads to Relax
Irina shared a photo of herself reading a book poolside. "Much needed," she captioned it. (The title was Malibu Rising.) "Your brain is similar to a muscle — you need to use it or you lose it. There are many things that you can do to keep your brain in shape, such as doing crossword puzzles or Sudoku, reading, playing cards or putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Consider it cross-training your brain. So incorporate different activities to increase the effectiveness," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Loves Beach Days
"Beach days," Irina captioned one photo of her having fun in the sun. The beach has some major health benefits. "The sand will work to exfoliate skin, the salt water will detoxify pores once the sun opens them up, and the iodine in the water will destroy any bacteria in your skin that can cause blemishes. Just make sure to keep yourself protected from too much sun, by wearing sunscreen," reports UNH. "Spending as little time as 10 minutes in the sun, you can absorb an entire day's worth of vitamin D! The extra vitamin D you absorb throughout your day at the beach will be stored in your body to be used later."
She Eats Sushi
"Opting for sushi with brown rice, a whole grain, is a health-conscious move," says the Cleveland Clinic. "You're going to get more health benefits from the fiber, from more B vitamins, magnesium, selenium and some other minerals," Dietitian Maxine Smith, RD, LD told the site, which adds: "In contrast, regular sushi rice contains added salt and vinegar and is starchier." "That's what helps pack it together," Smith says. "It's processed. Any grain that is more processed, where the outside bran part of the grain is removed, it's going to be less healthy."
She is Grateful
Weeks ago, she was "Celebrating ❤️🔥 29. I couldn't be happier and more grateful to life and the Universe for all the blessings ✨ thanks to everyone who made this day so beautiful and full of love ❤️ and to you my love @gabrielsoto, for surprising me, pampering me, loving me and making me feel special every day of my life. Love you! ❤️🔥 ps: only my fam was missing ❤️ but soon! Meanwhile via video call, and always in my heart. 🙏🏼 #happy #blessed #grateful #birthdaygirl"